Newbie: opening files.
thomas at xs4all.net
Fri May 19 17:27:45 EDT 2000
On Fri, May 19, 2000 at 10:44:54AM -1000, Doug Stanfield wrote:
> [First Bart Holthuijsen wrote:]
> > > from sys import *
> > > from os import *
> [Then Moshe Zadka replied:]
> > ^^^^
> > Here's the culprit. The "os" module defines an "open" function. Don't
> > import "*". Ever.
> Unless you are at an interactive prompt, still the best way to explore
> module capabilities. Can that be enforced somehow by the interpreter?:
Agreed that the interpreter is the best way to explore, however:
> >>> from os import *
> >>> dir()
> ['F_OK', 'O_APPEND', 'O_CREAT', 'O_EXCL', 'O_NDELAY', 'O_NOCTTY',
this is nonsense :-)
>>> import os
['F_OK', 'O_APPEND', 'O_CREAT', 'O_DSYNC', 'O_EXCL', 'O_NDELAY', 'O_NOCTTY',
Or did I miss your meaning ?
Thomas Wouters <thomas at xs4all.net>
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